Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Wednesday 21st July 2010 Last Day in Pembrokeshire

Despite a poor weather forecast it turned out to be a rather nice morning so we went to Tenby as we rather enjoyed the walks around the walled town.
Parking as usual in the multi storey car park we set off for the harbour and beach and of course took quite a few pictures on the way.
Tenby is a walled town with a warren of streets full of shops, and now they are traffic free for a large part of each day

There are flowers everywhere, even growing out of cracks in the walls, Pat was taken with these poppies
There are terraced gardens down from the clifftop, heres one with a splendid sea view
And the beaches are very fine, this was taken from below the garden in the previous picture
We got there before the crowds, hence the closed umbrellas, and a short sharp shower of rain
There are boat trips out to Caldey Island, right off the beach here
It had to rain at some point, so when it did we visited the private museum and art gallery on the hill above the harbour and it was really interesting and well set out.
By the time we came out the rain had stopped so we walked into the Market Square next to the church and bought a Cornish pasty and sticky bun each for lunch.

Pat was struggling by now so we went back to the car and drove to Haverford West to shop at the Morrisons and fill up with diesel for tomorrows run to Anglesey

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